(PRWeb UK) October 13, 2010
Mission Impossible 4 is being filmed in Dubai during October for three weeks. As well as the 400 members of the cast and crew travelling to locations, Dubai’s police, health and public service departments are geared up to cope with a mass influx of the world’s media, along with the attendant crowds being drawn to watch scenes being shot live.
AMEInfo.com has produced an audio report into what effect the filming and the presence of Tom Cruise will have on the Dubai economy. Broadcast veteran Phil Blizzard has investigated the impact the filming will have on Dubai’s business community. The report can be heard on the AMEinfo.com Middle East radio service at http://www.ameinfo.com/243499.html
Business forecasters are optimistic that the Paramount movie could enhance Dubai’s reputation as a tourist destination and as a film production centre, especially after seeing the recent example of Iron Man 2, which boosted interest in the Monaco Grand Prix from scenes filmed in the Principality. On top of the future benefits the film may bring, there are the immediate challenges and opportunities presented to the Dubai catering and hospitality sectors during the film’s shooting.
Ed Poultney, Editor of AMEinfo.com commented: “The reports on Mission Impossible 4 have been among our most visited pages and are most popular with our new visitors.”
“There has been a lot of buzz about the filming, knowing that the world’s eyes will be on Dubai. Wherever Tom Cruise goes there is always huge interest!”
Mediacubed.com has announced that Filmworks has appointed the company as online hosting and facilitation partner for the casting of the biggest Hollywood action feature film to be shot in Dubai. More information can be read here http://www.ameinfo.com/244153.html
Simon Pegg, “Pulp Fiction”s Ving Rhames, Oscar winner Jeremy Wenner and “Lost” heartthrob Josh Holloway have also been confirmed in the cast.
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